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to our country. the president hates it. speaker boehner he said. majority leader, harry reid, he'd say. and they created it. imagine how the rest of us feel about it. yet somehow our leaders can't seem to figure a way out of that. we all agree the country needs to find a more sustainable fiscal path. in my view we need a balanced approach as wes said a few moments ago that includes the spending and revenues. cuts in spending should focus on programs that are growing the most, not on discretionary spending, which is not growing, it's not the problem and has borne the brunt of cuts. discretionary spending as a part of the budget where america's future lies. it includes such investment as research and education. cutting investment in our future is not the way to solve this problem. yet that is exactly what the sequester will do. there's a better way. we've talked quite a bit about the impact of the sequester on an economy still recovering. i want to focus on the longer-term, the economy and the nation relieved to her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. the research is being c
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